Father and Son Downtown Seattle is the heart of the city, located between Pioneer Square in the south and Seattle Center and Belltown in the north. It is compact enough to explore on foot and it spreads out along a long, narrow, north-south strip, which means that you can walk from one end to the […]

Works Found @ Billy Shire Fine Arts Culver City is a city in Los Angeles County several miles south of Beverly Hills and Westwood, east of Santa Monica, and wedged between the 405 freeway and Venice Boulevard. It is a city of strikingly unique architectural experiments, numerous parks and footpaths, and historic lampposts and trees […]

El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Park (more recently referred to as the Plaza district) consists of some 27 buildings with 11 of them open to the public. The park or district includes the Plaza circle and the attractions in and around Olvera Street. The El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Park is the site […]

Sunset Strip Sunset strip is a two-mile long strip that runs along Sunset Boulevard at the border with Hollywood, from Crescent Heights Boulevard to Doheny Drive. Along the way, you’ll find all of West Hollywood’s chic restaurants, swinging nightclubs, and boutique hotels, which all first appeared back in the 1920s when the road was the […]

The Yellow Structure on the River [Fisheye Priojection] While Nashville has been touted the “Athens of the South” because of its 16 universities and colleges, 750 churches, and its full-size replica of the Parthenon, everybody around the world knows it as “Music City USA”. Nashville has earned this title largely on the backs of its […]

Fall Sampler Minnesota is the “land of 10,000 lakes”, with Lake Superior being chief among all of them. Despite being an inland state more than 1000 miles away from either ocean, Lake Superior serves as the state’s gateway to the Atlantic Ocean thanks to the series of man-made canals that have been constructed. This has […]

Circumhorizontal Arc Known as the “Mountain State”, West Virginia was once mocked for its “red-neck” country image, largely attributed to the famous family feud between the Hatfields of West Virginia and the McCoys of Kentucky. Their bickering over hogs and livestock escalated into kidnappings, affairs, murder, and retribution, finally ending in 1891 after the arrest […]

Drunk girl Tampa is the third largest city in Florida[1] with a metropolitan population of almost three million.[2] It is the commercial and industrial center of western Florida and home to one of the largest ports in the country. Unfortunately, the volume of shipping and the resulting industrial waste has made Tampa Bay a polluted […]

nice dark carnival milky way Missouri sits at the crossroads of the United States’ Midwest and South. In fact, its very admission as a state was the result of an 1820 compromise between the Southern states and the North over the issue of slavery. Missouri was established as a state permitting slavery and, in exchange, […]

On a pink, green, and white cloud, reading a book at Greenlake, with a daisy chain in a field of flo Green Lake is a neighborhood in north-central Seattle that is centered around Greek Lake Park. It is bordered by Phinney Ridge to the west and Wallingford to the south. The main attraction of the […]


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